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Interview with the Assassin is a film of genre Drama directed by Neil Burger released in USA on 9 may 2002 with Raymond J. Barry

Interview with the Assassin (2002)

Interview with the Assassin
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Released in USA 9 may 2002
Length 1h25
Directed by
Genres Drama,    Thriller
Rating65% 3.297873.297873.297873.297873.29787

Interview with the Assassin is a 2002 drama/pseudo-documentary starring Raymond J. Barry and Dylan Haggerty.



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Synopsis

An unemployed cameraman, Ron Kobeleski (Haggerty), is asked by his reclusive neighbor, a retired Marine named Walter Ohlinger (Barry) who has been diagnosed with terminal cancer, to document a startling confession: that he, not Lee Harvey Oswald, killed President John F. Kennedy in Dallas, Texas on November 22, 1963. A stunned Kobeleski learns that the conspiracy theory that says there was a second gunman on the grassy knoll is true — because he was that second gunman. To prove it, he shows Kobeleski a spent casing from the rifle he used.

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